Audio Phrasebook

The Fluentli Audio Phrasebook let's you create your own personalized language learning phrasebook from translations and recordings our community has answered. Browse and add phrases to your language packs, or ask a new question to get help from the community.

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German
Is It True?
English
I read German better than I speak it.
English
There is - is perfectly acceptable (most people would use this in spoken language) but there are - is grammatically more correct.
Japanese
English
English
SAY: I like all Japanese food except Natto
English
Gracias, dank u, obrigado, merci.
Spanish
Una taza de té, por favor
Spanish
Café con leche
Spanish
Un vaso de agua, por favor
Spanish
Quisiera algo de beber
Spanish
I would like something to drink.
Spanish
¡Ese fue un gran juego!
Spanish
¿Quién crees que ganará el partido?
English
Who do you think will win the game?
Spanish
¿A cuál equipo le vas?
French
Ets-ce que vous pourriez montrez-moi oú sur la carte?
English
"No. Its just a front i put up."
English
How to describe a person is just faking his/her personality/traits?
English
Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes
English
I have/I'm having a runny nose
English
Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes
English
I have/I'm having a runny nose
English
a bit of advice or a word of advice
English
I have a "runny" nose
English
I have/I'm having a runny nose
English
Depends on the context
English
Runny - not running - with nose. I have is far better than I'm having which is used rarely as in I'm having a party on Saturday.
English
I have/I'm having a runny nose
Spanish
English
English
Who do you think will win the game?
Mandarin
请给我一杯茶
Mandarin
咖啡加牛奶
Mandarin
请给我一杯水
Mandarin
我想喝东西
Mandarin
I would like something to drink.
Persian
قهوه با شیر